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A note from the Director:
   While Fall is upon us, lets create a bucket list of things to do:
   a pumpkins
    a Play outside in the crisp air
    a Open your windows
    a Go apple picking
    a Read a book
    a Go on a hayride
    a Eat pumpkin seeds
    a Take a walk in the woods
    a Eat a carmel apple
    a Make a pie
    a Make art out of the fall leaves
    a Watch a football game

 
 
Whatever it is you choose to do this fall, enjoy it with family and friends!


- James A. Dewey, Executive Director

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Now Taking Applications

The Port Huron Housing Commission is now accepting applications for their Family 3, 4, and 5, bedroom apartments along with their senior living facilities 0 and 2 bedroom apartments. The current waiting list are extremely short, so early application is important to move in quickly.
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Port Huron Housing Commission Presents

Our Dulhut Community Center has a computer lab that is open Monday & Wednesday:  10am-2pm, Tuesday & Thursday:  1pm-5pm, Friday: 10am-5pm (Closed 2pm to 3pm) for our residents Come by and use one of our 16 computers connected to Internet, the scanner, printer, copier or FAX machine and it’s all FREE TO YOU. (Anyone under 12 should have an adult with them.) Come over and check it out.

While you are checking out the computer lab, please introduce yourself to Sue White and Sherry Young. These two ladies have many up-to-date resources to help your stay at Port Huron Housing Commission even better.

As ROSS Grant Service Coordinators, their job is to help you find employment opportunities, local child care listings, free activities for the family, vouchers and help with finding agencies that can assist with finances, home ownership and more. Sue and Sherry are always gathering up new information, keeping it up-to-date and ready to pass on to you. Give them a call, 987-2842.

ROSS Grant
The Port Huron Housing Commission has received a new three year Resident Opportunity & Self Sufficiency (ROSS) Grant that will help our residents learn to become self-sufficient in many ways, including education, job searching and awareness, college preparedness, parenting skills and money management. The program will be ran out of our Dulhut Community Building by our new ROSS Grant Coordinator Sue White. Stop by and ask Sue how you can participate !!


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